This is hardly workbench material, but it is something I've been pondering recently -- a neck change on my Squier Bullet Strat. The Squier Bullet is just your basic Bullet. It's an HSS layout, actually sounds really good, and is a good player with its standard neck. The edges of the frets could stand some dressing, but other than that, it plays well. So I was visiting Warmoth's website the other day, and I discovered that they now offer a wide Strat neck, with a full 1-7/8" nut width. I've played classical guitar for many years, so I prefer wide nuts. I even built a steel string acoustic for myself with a 1-7/8" wide nut because I couldn't find one with that nut width. It makes for a decent fingerstyle guitar. So anyway, I'm seriously thinking about springing for one of the wide Warmoths, configured the way I want it. Biggest problem is, getting the neck set up the way I want it's gonna cost the better part of $400. Whew, that's a lot to pay for a neck that I'm gonna bolt down onto a $100 guitar. But on the plus side, it'll change the entire feel of the guitar for the better -- which might end up making that stiff investment worthwhile. My alternatives are limited. I build guitars, and I fashion my own necks from planks of wood. But we moved a while back and I lost my shop when we moved, so making my own neck will be rather difficult. My other option will be to see if I can find one used. But I've never heard of a wide-neck Strat, so I don't know how much luck I'm gonna have with that. I've had Warmoth build a custom neck for me before and they do great work -- I love that neck. But almost $400 for a 1-7/8" nut is kind of stiff. So I'm willing to investigate alternatives. Any recommendations that I might not have thought of?